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Our Pastor

Pastor Kyle Scheideman


I retired as a Local Pastor from the United Methodist Church after 23 years of service in January 2023. I also retired June of 2022 from USD 450 Shawnee Heights after 21 years. My service consisted of; Chief of District Police, high school business teacher, Assistant Forensics/Debate Coach and Assistant Golf Coach for boys and girls. I am a licensed Kansas Funeral Director with Newcomer Funeral Service Group, Topeka. Over the years: a rodeo announcer and sound guy, DJ and auctioneer. I am a private pilot, worked on air in radio as a Farm Director and on-air personality for several radio stations in the Topeka area.

I recently received my certification in Death & Grief Studies from the Center for Loss & Life Transition taught by Dr. Alan Wolfelt in Ft. Collins, CO. I’ve studied at Washburn University, St. Paul School of Theology, Kansas City, Baker University and Fort Hays State University.

I grew up on a ranch near Scott City, Kansas. I’ve been married to my wife since 1990, Sherri (Stous) and we reside in our little house on the prairie near Berryton. Our youngest daughter Abigail is in her junior year at The University of Kansas studying Sociology, Stacy and his wife Karin reside in Manhattan, Peggy and her husband Jeff in Tonganoxie and Scott in Florida.  We currently have 5 grandchildren.

I am a bicyclist, golfer, motorcyclist, former roper and rider. Together we enjoy camping, gardening and caring for our small vineyard.

I have been blessed by assuming the role of Pastor at Stull Community of Faith Church. I believe that God has great plans for us to make disciples for Him, with transformation and love.


Administrative Team

Mark Wulfkuhle
Administrative Team Chair


I am a farmer, rancher and “professional” board member.  
I enjoy hanging out with my wife and family and take friends out for dinner.  My favorite pass time is going on road trips to look at/or pickup equipment or cattle all over the Midwest. 


Brenna Wulfkuhle
Lay Leader


I enjoy taking care of the cattle on our family’s ranch. I am the momma to three grown and flown daughters. I love to flower garden, read, volunteer with youth in livestock and promote agriculture.


Jane Edmonds
Financial Treasurer

  I have lived in the Stull area my entire life.  My husband and I work together in farming & excavating.  I enjoy quilting, being with my family & my granddaughter, Miss G.

Mary Shultz
Financial Secretary


I have worked in the legal profession for over 50 years as a legal assistant and office manager.  My husband & I have lived in the Stull community for over 30 years and have been a part of the church community for at least 15 years.  I began helping the church’s Financial Treasurer & Secretary back in 2005 and have continued as Financial Secretary.  I love my animals, my KU Jayhawks, my garden & jazzercising.  


Renee Edmonds


I enjoy spending time with my family and keep myself busy with crocheting, cross-stitching, messing with my Cricut machine or sitting down with a good book. I live with my husband and very busy 4 year old (some say I have two kids) and we all stay busy helping out around his parent's farm. 


Millie Conger
Ministry Support

I am the 6th generation to live on the farm I reside on. My hobbies are horses and gardening. I am a widow. Stull Community of Faith is a great church to call home and be a part of.




Beliefs of Stull Community of Faith

We believe in embracing all God’s children. God’s heart is for all people.
All people matter to God, so he sent the church to bring people into His kingdom. Everybody’s welcome, nobody’s perfect, and through Jesus all things are possible.
Matthew 18:14

We believe in the significance of the Church family and the necessity of believers to meet regularly together for fellowship, prayer, and ‘breaking of bread’. 
We believe faith, hope, and love characterize the Christian life.  We agree to differ, unite to serve, and resolve to love.

We believe that Christ is recognized as the head of the church, not any person, group, or religious organization.
While there is value in cooperation across groups of Christians; the local church should be self-governing and independent from any denominational control.
Colossians 1:17-18

We believe the Bible is the inspired Word of God and equips us for good works.
We take the bible seriously, not literally finding more grace in the search for meaning than absolute certainty. People were moved by the Spirit of God to write the words of scripture and through the sharing of ideas; we can come to a fuller understanding of what the Bible teaches.
2 Timothy 3:16-17

We believe there is one God, who exists in three persons: God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. He is loving and holy.
Jesus is with us through His Spirit.
2 Corinthians 13:14 ~ Matthew 28:19a

We believe that Jesus Christ was God in the flesh.
He was conceived by the Holy Spirit and born of the Virgin Mary. He died on the cross as a sacrifice for our sins. He arose from the dead and ascended into Heaven.  He will return again to judge the living and the dead; and reign over all the Earth.

We believe Jesus commands us to show/ tell others the Good News and make them disciples.
We experience this through knowing God’s grace, love, and fellowship.
Matthew 28:19-20 The Message

We believe God’s laws can be reduced to two simple principles: love God and love others.
These two commandments summarize all God’s law and prophecy.
Matthew 22:37/39 ~ Mark 12:28b-31

We believe that God intends for us to be of freewill and to employ ourselves to serve one another in acts of love.
We glorify God through loving service to others. The Bible speaks of love as an action and attitude, not just an emotion.
Galatians 5:13-14

We believe in tithing of our time, talents, and treasures to sustain the ministry and mission of Christ in our community.
A giving attitude is more important than the amount given.
2 Corinthians 9:7

We believe baptism is an outward sign of entering into a new covenant with Christ.
Baptism is a sign of faith shared amongst the community of faith.
Acts 2:38 The Message

We believe that the Lord’s Supper was Jesus’s last meal with His disciples and is to be observed in commemoration of the Lord’s death until He comes again.
Further, we believe the celebration of communion is to confirm the faith and other graces of Christians; and to be a bond, pledge, and renewal of their communion with Him, and of their church fellowship. All are welcome at His table.
Mark 14:22-25

We believe in Jesus’ teachings of:
Loving God; loving your neighbor as yourself; forgiving others who have wronged you; loving your enemies; asking God for forgiveness of your sins; Jesus is the Messiah and was given the authority to forgive others; repentance of your sins is essential; don’t be hypocritical.
Mark 12:30-31 ~ John 14:6 ~ Matthew 6:14-15

We believe the Holy Spirit gives gifts to every follower to be used for the building up of the body of Christ.
Each believer has the responsibility to discover their gifts in the life of the Church and to be faithful in their ministry. 
1 Corinthians 12:7 ~ 1 Peter 4:10

We believe that while we are sinners, Christ died for our sins.
Sin separates us from God; God forgives sinners, as that is part of His loving nature. Salvation is freely given through grace by faith, so that we may become personally reconciled with Christ and God’s word to work in our lives.
Psalm 32:1~John 3:16 ~ Ephesians 2:8-9~Luke 17:20-21

We believe that heaven is the glorious home of God and our eternal home.
The gift of eternal life is promised to by Jesus to all who believe in Him.
John 14:2

We believe the Lord Jesus Christ is coming back again as He promised. 
1 Thessalonians 4:16-17


How we share our gifts:
At Stull Community of Faith, we offer a number of feeding and healing ministries, reaching out to community members with special needs through programs such as:

  • Blankets of Blessing (handmade blankets that are shared both with folks in our community, as well as patients in hospice care)
  • Gifts for elderly and shut-in members of our local community and in local assisted care facilities.
  • We have raised thousands of dollars through our annual Valentine benefit dinners to assist many local families with out-of-pocket expenses and medical needs. This meal is usually hosted in mid-February.
  • As many members of our church community have felt the power of prayer in their lives, we also offer a prayer chain ministry.
  • We have a food pantry (The Community Cupboard) for the community located in the church basement.  There is also a clothing closet open in conjunction with the food pantry offering clothing for infants thru adults.  Harvesters rural mobile food pantry also makes a stop once a month in the church parking lot to distribute thousands of pounds of perishable food items to those in need.
  • We host quarterly community meal nights on the third Tuesdays of April, July, and October. We encourage everyone in the community to come out and let us do the cooking.  We offer a variety of home-cooked themed dinners with our homemade desserts being the favorite draw of those who join us for supper. The funds donated at these meals are used for our many local church ministry and mission projects.